Nov
29
Surviving And Thriving After An AVM Rupture

Charles woke up one morning and could not feel his left side. An AVM had ruptured in his brain. Three years later, Charles is living a full life, from pitching in a Little League game at Cooperstown to playing violin at Merlefest.

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Apr
12
After 20 Years, Neck Surgery Created At Our Practice Has Helped Thousands Of Patients

In 1997, neurosurgeon Tim Adamson, MD, of Carolina Neurosurgery & Spine Associates developed cervical microendoscopic discectomy (MED), an outpatient procedure to relieve pressure on the spinal nerve caused by a herniated cervical disc. We mark the 20th anniversary of cervical MED by recounting the origin of this procedure that has made a dramatic difference in the quality of life for thousands of patients.

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Feb
01
Meg's Story Pt. 1 - Brain Tumor Diagnosis

After four days of headaches, Meg found herself in the ER...with a brain tumor diagnosis. An MRI revealed a golf ball-sized tumor that was removed by neurosurgeon Mark Van Poppel, MD. Meg describes the start of her journey in this video.

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